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Bigger injectors will relieve some pressure off the camshaft.Great info .... thanks.
I was considering going to a larger injector to get some more fuel, while also allowing me to reduce the peak fuel pressure I'm running.
You have not advanced your timing. That requires the proper tools for shimming the rocker boxes. Unless you removed the compressor and accessory drive and jumped a few gears.I took your advice & called Warren. He was looking into a few things for my setup.
Hopefully I can get something safe but better performing without killing my budget.
I was using the reasoning that the harder you push the fuel pressure to get more flow, you also advance your timing, which is already advanced compared to the typical turbo engine. I could effectively reduce my timing by using a larger injector with a shorter duration shot of fuel, plus reduce my fuel pressure at the same time. Trying to keep a good balance of power & safety.
I didn't realize how spoiled I got tuning with EFI Live...
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